Updated 10:16 PM EST, Fri, Jan 22, 2021

'Titanfall 2' PS4 Xbox One PC Release Date, Gameplay & Trailer: 3 Updates You Need to Know

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Last month, Blake Jorgensen, Electronic Arts' chief financial officer, has tipped on the arrival of a "Titanfall" sequel. Though seemingly uncertain, the exec is convinced that the installment lands over another platform -- a dream of many fans outside the realm of Microsoft's Xbox systems.

Speaking at the Technology, Internet & Media Conference, Jorgensen hinted (via Polygon), "We haven't yet announced, but we'll probably have another 'Titanfall' game. It will probably be a bigger footprint than just a single platform. I think that's a huge positive for us."

That being said, what can followers expect at this point? Is there hope for Sony's consoles? We've curated three important details that surfaced recently:

1. "Titanfall" will have a sequel. It is yet to be named.

Respawn Entertainment's Vince Zampella has announced the development of a "Titanfall" sequel, IGN tells in a recent report. The outlet is able to speak with the CEO shortly before this year's BAFTA Game Awards.

Referring to Jorgensen's earlier statement, Zampella reveals, "I guess EA announced a sequel, so I could play coy and pretend I don't know anything about it, or... yeah. So we're working on a sequel. No official name yet, but we're working on that."

2. The "Titanfall" sequel is no longer exclusive. It's multi-platform.

Well, it looks like tables have turned for the good of more players. In addition, Zampella tells IGN that Respawn is doing things other than set its eyes on the sequel.

"That's [sequel] the main focus but we're starting up a second team and doing some smaller stuff too. Small, exploratory, taking it slow! It'll be multiplatform," the CEO informs.

Players would know that the original "Titanfall" is only available for the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. Zampella has expressed in an earlier dialogue, "We would have loved for it [Titanfall] to be on Steam from day one, but at some point it just doesn't make sense anymore and you start looking to the future and I think we should not make that same decision again."

At the mention of "smaller stuff," it's inviting to think that Zampella's referring to DLC expansions, but we'll leave that in question till we hear another word. However, we know for a fact that the "Titanfall" franchise may not branch out as a free-to-play game at this point.

3. The "Titanfall" sequel could mix elements of single- and multi-player components.

Zampella recognizes the fact that the original "Titanfall" has restricted some people from playing. For the sequel, he does not confirm of a single-player approach, but cites the original's intended mixture.

"We set out to do it [multi-player only] and it was one of our goals. I mean it obviously prohibits a certain group of people playing the game, and as content creators you want to get into as many people's hands as possible. We put some single-player elements in there though, and tried to mix it up," he says.

"Titanfall" is played by around 8 million people in December, and as the franchise expands, we can only look forward to a growth in number.

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